Yesterday I floated on a white cloud,
I know I made my parents very proud.
From there I skipped to a shiny star
In the universe very high and very far.
I latched on to a dark thundercloud;
Lightning flashing, thunder so loud.
I followed the lightening across the sky,
My display of fireworks, far and nigh.
I landed on the highest mountaintop,
Looked down at creeks flowing nonstop.
Saw a majestic condor flying high above
As swiftly and agile as a morning dove.
I explored the deepest ocean floor,
Rode gigantic waves onto the shore.
I talked to all creatures big and small
Those that swim and those that crawl.
In my imagination I can do all things,
I can fly everywhere without wings.
Nothing is impossible in my imagination,
In a life of bounds, my abiding consolation.